Glee - Lea Michele
Now that Glee star Lea Michele has wrapped the first season of the hit musical dramedy, she and the rest of cast are hitting the stage for a live tour. "I'm nervous though," says Michele in an interview with Hollywood 411, "We're, like, singing 15 songs live, all different genres. So that's a big challenge, but I'm ready for it."
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Besides the catchy tunes featured in the show, Michele also tells us why she thinks that Glee is so important. "It really sends such an incredible message that it's important to be proud of who you are, be comfortable in your skin," she says.
Plus: Michele tells us about learning Madonna's exact dance moves, and why she was so devastated before landing the role of Rachel.
Hollywood 411 airs Fridays on TV Guide Network at 8/7c.
Watch the interview after the jump.
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